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An Imaginary Interview of General George Washington in 1783

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(Information indicated in the work came mainly from two sources: 1) The Teaching Company's Lecture Series on The History of the United States, 1st edition, Lecture 19, "The Revolutionary War" by Darren Staloff, Ph.D. and 2) "The Revolution," a 13-PART DVD series showcasing the Personal Stories behind America's fight for independence by the History Channel, 2004.)

Press: At the beginning of the Revolutionary War, not many military experts gave America a chance to win the war.  Many thought that you were crazy to accept the role of the commander. What was your thought at in May of 1775?

You'll have a few camera options with the Kitchen Hub microwave. It ships with three cameras built-in, one facing out for making video calls, another facing down to capture what's on your burners, and yet another inside the microwave itself. At KBIS, GE also demonstrated a fourth-camera option attached underneath a cabinet, aimed down at an adjacent cutting board. Both the primary down-facing camera and the accessory cam will have object recognition capability.

Goodbye, Big Screen Projection TV. You served a purpose well but newer technology has taken over. I mean some new TVs do not even carry the old RCA component or S-Video connectors anymore. HDMI connectors have taken over. Makes me wonder what the next ten years will bring with regards to television tech.

GW: Oh, those military experts.  They evaluate things based on conventional military wisdom.  They really don't know what they're talking about.  First of all, I did not command my army to win every single battle against the Red Coats.  All I had to do was to convince them that they couldn't conquer all 13 colonies in North America.  In other words, I had to make sure that we didn't lose.  Future historians may say that George Washington lost more battles than he won. Of course, that's true.  But that's not the point.  The point was that I did not let my army surrender to the British.  Losing battles was okay as long as I did not lose the war.

GE's approach is focused more directly on food preparation. Like the Family Hub fridge, GE's Kitchen Hub over-the-range microwave (and the vent hood-only version released this part year) is built around cameras and a large touchscreen front-and-center in your kitchen. 

GW: During the French and Indian War, I experienced the haughty British attitude toward me as an American.  The British soldiers in general did not think much of the American colonists.  Furthermore, they were not willing to listen to what I had to say about the combat on American soil.  My first job was a land surveyor.  I know how to get around the valleys, woods, plains, and rivers, but the British didn't want to hear what I could offer them.  So, I resigned my military rank and settled at Mount Vernon as a planter with my wife, Martha.  Later, I was involved in the Virginia Colonial politics and realized that we Americans would be better of breaking away from the British Empire.  I was against the taxation policies during those turbulent years in the 1760s and the 1770s.

Even with the main circuit board, front screen, RGB projection assembly and speakers removed, the hollowed out TV is still heavy and very bulky to put in a small truck. However, the TV is lighter for moving. You can now put the large TV in a big truck or van and get rid of it.

GW: Certainly.  My army was not well trained.  Not well equipped.  Not well paid.  It seemed that I spent more time pleading my soldiers to stay in the army and pleading to the Continental Congress to give us more supplies than actual fighting in the battle fields.  At times, it was very trying.  The winter spent in Valley Forge was one of the most difficult.

You'll also find large appliance manufacturers here, but unlike CES, the focus of KBIS is much more US market-driven. Bosch was here, but the AI-driven, camera-equipped refrigerator it demonstrated at CES was nowhere to be seen since it's still a Europe-only product. Electrolux was also here at KBIS, but while it has demonstrated camera-equipped ovens at Germany's IFA tech conference (it doesn't exhibit at CES), its lineup at KBIS only had the basic remote oven-heat functionality we've seen for years.